- Sat 22 October 2016 to Sun 30 October 2016
- All day
- £1 per child
- Canterbury Roman Museum, 11A Butchery Lane, Canterbury, CT1 2JR
- 01227 862 162
If you lived in Ancient Rome you wouldn’t be cleaning your teeth with minty toothpaste, instead you’d have used a gruesome concoction of powdered mouse brains. And if you were very very bad, the Romans loved to smother their criminals in honey.
Which actually doesn’t sound that bad does it?
…until they open a box of angry wasps!
Celebrate Halloween this year with a really revolting trail around our Roman Museum, where you will learn all about the rotten aspects of Roman life. When you finish you will be rewarded with a special treat as you leave!
You can also take part in an archaeological dig where you can find some truly terrible treasure.
So are you ready to learn all about the really revolting bits from Roman history?
A fun and enjoyable activity for the whole family!
Children must be accompanied by a parent or carer.
Location: Throughout Canterbury Roman Museum
£1 per child for the trail in addition to museum entry fee (Kids go free with paying adults)